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What 'Interstellar' Got Right and Wrong About Science
If you’re one of the estimated 3 gajillion people who have seen or will see Chris Nolan’s blockbuster movie Interstellar, one thing is already clear to you: this is not a documentary.
What “Gone Girl” Is Really About
According to Anthony Lane, there are approximately “twenty-one people” who haven’t read Gillian Flynn’s “Gone Girl.” I’m one of them. This past weekend, when I saw the movie, I liked it so much that I felt sad about missing out on the book when it was published, two years ago.
What are the nuances of scope prototypal / prototypical inheritance in AngularJS?
What Does it Take to be a Mobile Designer Today?
Mobile is here to stay, with its own set of rules and constraints. At the same time, it’s a rapidly evolving platform, with new technologies and capabilities being added by the quarter. We can’t design for mobile like we used to do for posters and Web pages.
What Every Programmer Should Know About Memory
What Font Is
identifies fonts from an image.
What God does to your brain
The controversial science of neurotheology aims to find the answer to an age-old question: why do we believe? When neuroscientist Andrew Newberg scanned the brain of “Kevin”, a staunch atheist, while he was meditating, he made a fascinating discovery.
What good is information?
On my morning bus into town, every teenager and every grown-up sits there staring into their little infinity machine: a pocket-sized window onto more words than any of us could ever read, more music than we could ever listen to, more pictures of people getting naked than we could ever get off to.
What Happened to Motorola
On the 18th floor of the Merchandise Mart, in a soaring two-story space underneath a vast industrial-looking stairway, a small crowd of business types, pols, and journalists gathers.
What Happens to #Ferguson Affects Ferguson:
Ferguson is about many things, starting first with race and policing in America. But it’s also about internet, net neutrality and algorithmic filtering.
What Happens When We All Live to 100?
For millennia, if not for eons—anthropology continuously pushes backward the time of human origin—life expectancy was short. The few people who grew old were assumed, because of their years, to have won the favor of the gods. The typical person was fortunate to reach 40.
What I Did After Police Killed My Son
I could imagine it all too easily, just as the rest of the country has been seeing it all too clearly in the terrible images coming from Ferguson, Mo., in the aftermath of the killing of Michael Brown.
What I Learned In My First Year as a Product Designer
For the past year, I’ve had an incredible experience contributing to the design team at Edmodo, a K-12 education startup backed by Greylock Partners, Benchmark Capital, and Union Square Ventures.
What I've Learned From Failure
What if Age Is Nothing but a Mind-Set?
One day in the fall of 1981, eight men in their 70s stepped out of a van in front of a converted monastery in New Hampshire. They shuffled forward, a few of them arthritically stooped, a couple with canes. Then they passed through the door and entered a time warp.
What if Age Is Nothing but a Mind-Set?
One day in the fall of 1981, eight men in their 70s stepped out of a van in front of a converted monastery in New Hampshire. They shuffled forward, a few of them arthritically stooped, a couple with canes. Then they passed through the door and entered a time warp.
What if Apple bought Beats not for headphones, but wearables?
Nobody knows why Apple is buying Beats, but many are taking a guess. Business reporters and financial analysts are keen to tell you about all the known pieces of Beats that kind of, sort of, probably add up to a good reason to buy a company.
What If Counterfactuals Never Existed? Studying history with hypotheticals
As everyone knows, the supreme court 
[:PHANDOC_SOURCE:] ruled six–three for Al Gore in the great dispute over the Florida recount in 2000. As everyone also knows, Gore emerged as the ultimate victor in that recount, and with his poetic and moving inauguration address he managed to unify a badly divided nation.
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What is Destiny offering that's new and different?
Imagine yourself, back in 2001, playing the spectacular Xbox space shooter Halo. Now, imagine swooshing forward in time, to here, to 2014, playing Destiny.
What is Product Design?
Chances are, if you are reading this, you work in the tech industry. Chances are, you are currently, have recently, or aspire to be involved in the creation of a modern digital product. This article aims to give you a deep understanding of the role of Product Design in this process.
What Is the NFL’s ‘Corner 3’?
It all started in a bar. A friend and I were watching Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals between the Pacers and Heat at Old Town Pour House in Chicago. Miami was up just two with 8:37 left in the fourth quarter when Ray Allen started to go off.
What It Took for SpaceX to Become a Serious Space Company
It simply needed to disrupt Boeing and leapfrog NASA. The Space Exploration Technology rocket factory is a large, white hangar-like building near Los Angeles international airport, with a parking lot filled with late-model motorcycles and Tesla electric cars.
What It’s Like to Spend 20 Years Listening to Psychopaths for Science
Kent Kiehl was walking briskly towards the airport exit, eager to get home, when a security guard grabbed his arm. “Would you please come with me, sir?” he said. Kiehl complied, and he did his best to stay calm while security officers searched his belongings.
What New Team Leaders Should Do First
Getting people to work together isn’t easy, and unfortunately many leaders skip over the basics of team building in a rush to start achieving goals. But your actions in the first few weeks and months can have a major impact on whether your team ultimately delivers results.
What No One Told You About Z-Index
What the Exercise Habit Did For Me
There was a point in my life, back in 2005 and earlier, when I couldn’t exercise regularly. I really wanted to, I knew I should, but I couldn’t. Some of you might be in this boat today.
What Timothy Geithner Really Thinks
“This is kind of like a hearing,” Timothy Geithner said, swaying uncomfortably, face scrunched and hair perfectly tousled.
What We Really Taste When We Drink Wine
Two glasses sit side by side on the table, each filled midway up with red wine. On the bottom of each stem is a white piece of paper. One reads “Wine A”; the other, “Wine B.
What We See When We Read
If I said to you, “Describe Anna Karenina,” perhaps you’d mention her beauty. If you were reading closely you’d mention her “thick lashes,” her weight, or maybe even her little downy mustache (yes—it’s there).
What Will It Take to Run A 2-Hour Marathon
When Ronaldo da Costa broke the finish-line tape at the 1998 Berlin Marathon, he began dancing a samba. He deserved to party: The marathon world record had been stuck at 2:06:50 since 1988, after creeping down an average of just five seconds a year since the late ’60s.
What's New in Java 8
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What's The Point Of Promises?
What's Up With That
I grew up in Los Angeles, the city by the freeway by the sea. And if there’s one thing I’ve known ever since I could sit up in my car seat, it’s that you should expect to run into traffic at any point of the day.
What's worth watching?
3,000,000 movies and nothing to watch? BAGmovies recommends Movies & Series based on your preferences and social circles. Have a look today.
What’s So Bad About Gluten?
Just after Labor Day, the Gluten and Allergen Free Expo stopped for a weekend at the Meadowlands Exposition Center. Each year, the event wends its way across the country like a travelling medicine show, billing itself as the largest display of gluten-free products in the United States.
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When A Machine Learning Algorithm Studied Fine Art Paintings, It Saw Things Art Historians Had Never Noticed
The task of classifying pieces of fine art is hugely complex. When examining a painting, an art expert can usually determine its style, its genre, the artist and the period to which it belongs.
When Beliefs and Facts Collide
Do Americans understand the scientific consensus about issues like climate change and evolution? At least for a substantial portion of the public, it seems like the answer is no.
When Does JavaScript trigger reflows and rendering
When does reflow happen in a DOM environment?
When Women Become Men at Wellesley
Hundreds of young women streamed into Wellesley College on the last Monday of August, many of them trailed by parents lugging suitcases and bins filled with folded towels, decorative pillows and Costco-size jugs of laundry detergent.
When You're at the Crossroads of Should and Must
Elle Luna is an artist and designer who lives and works in San Francisco. She worked with teams to design and build Mailbox, redesign Uber’s iPhone app, and scale the storytelling platform Medium.
When You're at the Crossroads of Should and Must
Elle Luna is an artist and designer who lives and works in San Francisco. She worked with teams to design and build Mailbox, redesign Uber’s iPhone app, and scale the storytelling platform Medium.
When You're at the Crossroads of Should and Must
Elle Luna is an artist and designer who lives and works in San Francisco. She worked with teams to design and build Mailbox, redesign Uber’s iPhone app, and scale the storytelling platform Medium.
Where can I find love?International online dating site for single_Boygirlove.com
About us: We aims to provide singles an international online dating site with the freshest,funy technics.
Where Can I Learn Home Improvement Skills?
Dear Lifehacker, I just moved into my own place! It's my first home, and I'm excited. However, I know there are repairs I'll have to do myself, and I have some improvements I'd like to make too. Problem is, I don't know where to begin.
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Where kids have fun learning two languages
Being bilingual is better
Where technology intersects with arts,entertainment and culture.
Where technology intersects with arts, culture and entertainment. Areté Media's mission is to support its Partners as their efforts to promote excellence and education in the arts, culture, and entertainment.
Where will you work today? Find a Coffice near you!
Find the perfect spot to get work done, with wifi and power outlets to recharge your laptop, and great coffee to recharge yourself. Share your favorite coffices with a global community of coffee loving freelancers, entrepreneurs, road warriors, and digital nomads.
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We offer Software for WHMCS, cPanel, Dropbox. Cpanel DNS manager, Dropbox backup for WHMCS, WHMCS Order Assistant, WHMCS Ticket Filter, WHMCS Ticket Timer,
Who Gets to Graduate?
For as long as she could remember, Vanessa Brewer had her mind set on going to college.
Who Is a Feminist Now?
In a recent interview with Time magazine, the actress Shailene Woodley was asked if she considered herself a feminist. “No,” said Ms. Woodley, 22.
Why “Psychological Androgyny” Is Essential for Creativity
“Creative individuals are more likely to have not only the strengths of their own gender but those of the other one, too.
Why Americans Call Soccer 'Soccer'
The British started it. New Zealand's largest newspaper is deeply conflicted. With the World Cup underway in Brazil, should The New Zealand Herald refer to the "global round-ball game" as "soccer" or "football"? The question has been put to readers, and the readers have spoken.
Why Aperture Priority is the Most Preferred Shooting Mode by Photographers
Photographers have their own shooting preferences. Some like using flash, some don’t. Some love to play around with depth of field, while others want motion blur and freeze motion effects more.
Why Apple’s Swift Language Will Instantly Remake Computer Programming
Chris Lattner spent a year and a half creating a new programming language—a new way of designing, building, and running computer software—and he didn’t mention it to anyone, not even his closest friends and colleagues.
Why Are American Colleges Obsessed With 'Leadership'?
What's wrong with being a follower? Or a lone wolf? Earlier this month, more than 700,000 students submitted the Common Application for college admissions.
Why Are Americans So Fascinated With Extreme Fitness?
A blond woman in a hot pink spandex tank hoists a sledgehammer over her shoulders, then slams it down with a dull thud onto the big tire in front of her. Beside her, another woman swings her sledgehammer even higher, grimacing and groaning with the effort.
Why Are We So Conflicted About Manhood in the Modern Age?
In the last post, we explored the origins of manhood – how it consists of an energy born of the innate biological and psychological characteristics of males that is then channeled by cultures towards service that benefits the collective good.
Why Aren't Millennials Saving Money?
For one thing, the recession made them hate banks.
Why Aren’t More Americans Atheists?
Many expressed surprise recently when, in one of its periodic surveys of Americans’ views of other faiths, the Pew Research Center found that atheists fare poorly—fully 40 percent of those polled described their views toward atheists as “cold.
Why Banksy Is (Probably) a Woman
Banksy Does New York, a new documentary airing on HBO on Nov. 17, opens on a bunch of scofflaws trying to jack an inflatable word balloon reading "Banksy!" from the side of a low-rise building in Queens. These hooligans weren't Banksy.
Why Do Americans Stink at Math?
When Akihiko Takahashi was a junior in college in 1978, he was like most of the other students at his university in suburban Tokyo. He had a vague sense of wanting to accomplish something but no clue what that something should be.
Why Do We Eat, and Why Do We Gain Weight?
Here are a few of the things that can make you hungry: seeing, smelling, reading, or even thinking about food. Hearing music that reminds you of a good meal. Walking by a place where you once ate something good.
Why Free Play Is the Best Summer School
The more time children spend in structured, parent-guided activities, the worse their ability to work productively towards self-directed goals. Most schools across the nation have marked the end of another academic year, and it’s time for summer.
Why good leaders make you feel safe
What makes a great leader? Management theorist Simon Sinek suggests, it’s someone who makes their employees feel secure, who draws staffers into a circle of trust. But creating trust and safety — especially in an uneven economy — means taking on big responsibility.
Why Gretzky Had It Easy
One of the most interesting statistical nuggets I ran into while researching a piece about NHL goalies was the improvement in leaguewide goaltending over the past 30 years.
Why Hollywood Thinks Atheism Is Bad for Business
After Matthew McConaughey took the stage to accept his Best Actor award at the Oscars on Sunday, he began his speech by thanking God, praising the deity for giving him “opportunities that I know are not of my hand or of any other human hand.
Why I don't do CrossFit
I get asked all the time if I’ve tried CrossFit. My friends text me—without fail—when the games are on and tell me I should be there, and I’m asked my opinion of it on a weekly if not daily basis. So I’m going to share that opinion with you.
Why I Retired At 26
I decided not to hold a press conference because I didn't want to have to say things that were cliché. I've done enough of that since I've been playing football. I actually didn't really plan on saying anything about my retirement at all. I just kind of wanted to disappear.
Why Is American Teaching So Bad?
In 1853, the most important man in nineteenth-century American education gave a speech praising female teachers. Horace Mann was the head of the growing common school system in Massachusetts, where women teachers already outnumbered men by four to one.
Why Leonardo DiCaprio Didn’t Win the Oscar
The toughest Oscar race this year was for best actor. Right until the awards began, the race was almost certainly down to Chiwetel Ejiofor for 12 Years a Slave and Matthew McConaughey for Dallas Buyers Club. (McConaughey was the eventual winner.
Why Men Never Remember Anything
This article originally appeared in Science of Us. Recently, I was visiting my family in Seattle, and we were doing that thing families do: retelling old stories. As we talked, a common theme emerged.
Why most product managers suck (and how to be a better one)
The first product manager (PM) is a crucial unicorn hire that no startup should compromise on. The reason is simple – your PM is responsible for managing your team’s most precious resource: time.
Why moving elements with translate() is better than pos:abs top/left
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Why our brains love the ocean: Science explains what draws humans to the sea
Since time immemorial, humans have been captivated by water. And the reasons go beyond evolution I’m standing on a pier at the Outer Banks of North Carolina, fifty feet above the Atlantic. To the left and right, forward, back, and below, all I can see is ocean.
Why Poor Schools Can’t Win at Standardized Testing
You hear a lot nowadays about the magic of big data. Getting hold of the right numbers can increase revenue, improve decision-making, or help you find a mate—or so the thinking goes. In 2009, U.S.
Why programmers work at night
Why Saturday Night Live Writers Lean on Kenan Thompson
This weekend Saturday Night Live kicks off its 40th season. To mark the occasion, we asked writers from the show to tell us about performers they loved writing for. On Wedesday, Jack Handey remembered Phil Hartman.
Why Sports Fans are Sports Fans
To commemorate the end of the annual Great American Sports Lull (the six week gap between the Superbowl and the beginning of March Madness), it’s time that we had a long-overdue discussion about one of humanity’s oddest phenomena—sports fandom.
Why Teenagers Act Crazy
ADOLESCENCE is practically synonymous in our culture with risk taking, emotional drama and all forms of outlandish behavior. Until very recently, the widely accepted explanation for adolescent angst has been psychological.
Why the Official Explanation of MH370’s Demise Doesn’t Hold Up
Outside satellite experts say investigators could be looking in the wrong ocean. Investigators searching for the missing Malaysian Airlines flight were ebullient when they detected what sounded like signals from the plane’s black boxes.
Why We Need Responsive Images
Why We Procrastinate
The British philosopher Derek Parfit espoused a severely reductionist view of personal identity in his seminal book, Reasons and Persons: It does not exist, at least not in the way we usually consider it.
Why You Hate Work
THE way we’re working isn’t working.
Why You Hate Work
THE way we’re working isn’t working.
Why you’ll never drive your car with a joystick
The very earliest automobiles used tillers to control their steering, but by the turn of the century the nascent car industry settled on using a wheel to control the steering, perhaps taking inspiration from boats.